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COMMERCIAL Onifsnv nt Daily Gaxxttx- 1 Wtlmiaataa.DwL March 3 1373^/ «V iluiinsteu Quotation«, lurni.tird by John Me Lear A Son, Lanken. No $0} Msrset street, at a o'clock. i>. to-d IV & a <id. Pennsylvania K- K.. Lehigh Valley. Lehigh Navigation. Philadelphia st Reading 5-20 Coupon 18C5, January A July . 31 w* St '' '' 18Ü8 _ 10 40 Coupon . ... North Vacille 7 3-10... New Five*. Delaware Stale Bonds New New l) nion 111 luu H 1 York Central York AlKrie. Pacifica_ 1 st! Business Notices. Cheap Veal. —stove 3G.75, Nut *«.00 per 2240 pounds for cash only,at wharf Mouth of Market street Bridge. fe&21-l To Pic Nie Parties —A tine assortment of English pickles and sauces oi all kinds Walnut and Tomatoe catsup, fresh Salmon, Lobsters, Sar dines, Pickled aud Cove Oysters, Ac., Ac. Alse Matthews A Latours celebrated olive oils, at BOWMAN'S tho Grocer'* 4th and Lombard Improved Porcelain lined and liras* preeervie kettles. Mason, Dexter, Valve. Wilcox, and oth glum, etoue and t:n air tight jars and cans cheap at BOWMAN'S tho Grocer's 4th and Lombard. tf Wm. J. Brown Clothing. 1873. FALL AND WIN TER J. H. MÜHLHAUSEN, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, IMO. 4IS KING HTHK R WILKIXOTON, DEL. Where be id rite* his customers end the pub lie ffnerffilly to call and examine his weft in jected and exteoMre «took of German. Knx . • D< * ClothAoCAtiimerei, Conti in ®*Gn g» of the lateef importation always Omtooscr.: CAO rely upon rIwax* « et tin* a genuine nt-elAM article at thi* ectebiishineut. 1 "n ^JBORQE H. ASH. MERCHANT TAJLOH 4! MARKET STREET, (second »lory of Morrow > Building.) WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. i t-KT?vi?S rtaifr,< **. CLOTHS.CASSi MERES and ' KSi lMIS constantly on band. ai>l-tf ESTABI.I8HEO 1850. If any one intends to pure hate Clothes, g the sea'on when the times are dull. We 1 1 I. W Over « onia at Cent In order to ia*xe room for tb* Pprinc Stock, and xr# closing out the entire Flock oi *TNTKR GOODS AT A GREAT REDUCTION. Nothing but en examination can convince you of cïî I« C a' prefer bavin, their cloth*« " d made te erder they esn have it done st 10 lower than elsewhere, and TnavreM *he"c?tî ,teT W,U b ® < ' h:!r '' e of *be hert binds in JOSFPII ROW. SIC MAREatT STREET. Wilmington, Dal Ist ! QEOROK McCALL, Merchant Tail or, No 1«) Market 8i., Wilmington, Del., .c&rte cgSiÜiStë'lîr'ftii&ai u now prepared to accommodate bis -hi,».*? " d 1^* Venerelly with girmente I !5'i ,<,r "•»*»••* *'« fit and finish, cienot he n celled by suy house in the city. ., .rv.1* ?*' or * d the services of Mr. Wm Swift one of the .best cutlers in the eouo'ry, he feels con bdreto „vitt.M.irtbe.ion lo .11 ,ks"[, raS h th * ,r , » ,ro °»«' »«tisfortlon caslo tn ffuaran nr* JOHN B OL> 1>Y ICE CREAMS, CONFECTIONS, TOYS < ufldrvnN < uarhes, KIKE-WOKKM BASKETS, WOODEN WARE, 'N ' ■ And » ssnsra » tiont WtUotb! ot hi»i is «aJ >t* JOHN RODDY, Nt. 411 MARKET STREET. Ouponte tbe Gasstie rider, ■to n 1 34-1» w.t MICHAEL McOEA&Y p W' OULDrsapeoriuiiy inform on friends and th* .J ' °. lia «inusus. ia keep on hand tb* elf Bo"' bMt Geotianmsn's, Ladies *3kd Kecund-haod ttoihi ''to* West quality, st No 51« Tale.It »t,,.. Also, his Israe stoex of Mo.it». Shoes and Ladies Gaiters, ol tbe best style, ij worthy of attention he fore porchesmg Slseeherc. A large assortment Bed Clotbmc. blsnkeu, Sheers and Spreads eoa slantly on band, lie feels confidant that be i< ahfo lower thssi auy «tear perso* in tbit ■ tnm * •*•' betöre rurchsslnc elsewhere • Y 1 .' 1 .X |V * »atixioctuiu Ui ail who may favor him with their patroaage. " r E&HiçheeteMh prices paid t Bag«. Iron, Hr... onper. Glass. Zisk. Lasd ul all gofai. | B h'u l|wî If. If «O KA fiT, fatesril Hil«'«»wi«, I, »»* Ol n W. B. THOMPSON. •ddla, Harneit and Collar Makar, C0« Weat Front Street, WILMINGTON pclawauc. A full araormsat of hingl* rad Double Card;**. Cart, Drey and Wagon lisrnsss coMtaaily on band M? su-l, mads to • r 1er A,I Jobbii,* 1y at traded to. right for tbe State of Delaware i*r ïrausî* Pe* lent Breast Cellar, which Uoe. oliU. mîetton«î cialdiseo7cri*s for the horse that hat hera Invented for aleng lime, ra! will be e lasting tonsil te the hors* and owoet. it being ee constrneted that the fforteeily ire* ibont (he Uroei rad aet choked rad chafed on the breeet, at is dons by th* oller« now used. d«.s TKLE««4PaiI|fi. ■ASOWIC TUPLE, MON Eg. Ig. the art. Full ~5SSf!£:3Ä&itefti o«ro.... uu T -dim" Evening ES «. ÔI II Kxr.*t*cii—Oue Flemming. Phil ffigfitzsassi. fehZlrirlm lly. LOOAL INTILLIOCNOK. Tha pa rameuta art exceedingly slippery. lik * w#alk * ro,Sa,u rd»y. dld "«I Otar 3,000 pamoM Tiaitad tha Watar Witch Fair on Saturday night tdaiU a natphar of W'iminjttonian. mitt attend tha inangarattoa, at Washington. Tha True Templar» Fallow»' Hall, ie give an eatertaiumeut at this evening Tho Wilmington Conference of tha M. K. Church, meets at Kastou, Md , on Wednesday. Bishop Bscksr, has issued tha rules for the gov ernment of Catholics daring the Leuten A large special train from Philadelphialo Wash gton, passed through here,shortly efted 11 o'clock lie morning. A mule team of J. O. Baker's, while attempting to cross the railroad at Fourth street,this morning, narrowly escaped being run into by tlie shifting engine. * the Odd 1U th of oth Sold —Wm. Armstrong, has sold the farte, near Centravillr, cm, advertised a few days a*o in the Arm Broexh.—M rs. Hagamsn, ot Delaware, who is visiting her sen on Chestnut street, Camden, fell ou Friday evening end broke her The Dklawabe House.— Mr. Oeorgo W. Ort hp, of tho Delaware House, bas rented the upper clone* of th* building adjoining, which vivas him ten additional chambers .COURT*. —The Coert of Chancery aud tbe Or phans Court, of Now Castle County, met at New Castle, to-day, for the traneactiou of the u»ual bua idm*, iuoideut lo their eittiogs. Fkll Down Stairs.—M r,. Elliot an old lady nmidmg at No. 610 Lombard street, foil down staira, on Saturday morning, aad was seriously in jured. Her recovery is condered very doubtful but hope* to that effect are entertained. An Apparent Expense. -On Eleventh street near tbe bridge, meu ere cutting away heavy rock m order to make a wster channel to dram a laige hole ou tho oppo ite aide ol the street, made years ago when that part of Eleventh street graded. InDIQXANT.—O n the Wilmington and Philadel phis care the other day, a passenger l«came verv radigoant because his dog wai deprived of a »eat He argued «bet e. he had paid e lull fare for the animal he was entitled to the claimed. some was accommodation Eleventh Stehet BaiDox.-The repairs to Eleventh strret bridge will be completed witbin two days, if the few pieces of lumber needed, are received t*-day. The biidge was open for travel last Monday. Mr. Febiger, of the Levy Court Commission has given the repairs hu constant rotation. Penalties.—A ll panons emptying a stamped pachte of Itquor, brer, tobacco, or cigars, are iis ble to fine *1660 if they tail to destroy the stamps upon it. All persons with an empty stamped packsg. in th.ir poreessicm are held under the * nd »"okers should re member this. *«Ster of Bridget ^ No - 716 street, wo. und dmd m bod ( at four o'clock on Suadxy Th * ob,id > which was only two weak* bren*^ Jîdfr* 1 '" U *® ,e * t '" OD l r of mother been unwall for a day or two. Dr. Maull nave it a* hie opinion that death had resulted from con Wfosl« Wh ' Cl1 th# •> 0,y ' which L'oroner „ ""*° w bad tummon*d to hold an inqueat, this morning, rendared a verdict to that effect. i Kj,CI!, U or UONNUBIAL BLISS — John Teylor waa reoenUy employed at Berkeley A Bro. a bakery .corner of Sixth and Spruce streets at .he munificent mlary of $2.60 per wrek This ,am ' J pkn dremed sufficient to maintain a double establishinant, and *o,on Tbureday night he marrmd th* girl of hi. heart', choice But John a connubial bliss was destined to end rather abruptly. On Wdnred.y night,.b£"ntafofog n.umofmon-y, was atolen from Mr. BarkeUv'a roem. and John waa suspicionad of having pur loined th* we*. Accordingly, he wsa srreaLit " d ^ eior ' Mayor Stmms, Sunday moreîn«' who held him to hail, in tha sum of (too, to an! aw*r th* chaiya nt Court. Should the bail not bo Ä*C.i£" moon lNAC«H-BATlon Tbaixs—T his morning, a spe 4 oc,ock to is afternoon, to accom rnodate the numéro us parries attending the insu ce ^ moul " »' toe National Capitol , N " «»«'■»ion ticket* are .old in „„ mmgton, although they are In the larger cities - Since Friday, tbe Washington travel bas been braivyr as to require trains to be divided into two sections of about ten curs each. Tbe trains are composed oi cars from nearly a dozen different to this section of tbe country -the Pbilmdalpbta A Beading, North Pennaylv*' nls, Pennsylvania OehtraJ.WiTmingtun A Reading being particularly policed. People say the other DOt ' ike the F- W . & B. cars, xor ctcenoce and convenience. to Sunday School Anniversary—T he Anni vereary of the Sunday School* connected with the Union M. E. Church, took place at tb. Church "f Washington streets, on Suo ««rcYrc.^!' .T*,h 'TT 1 * Mtonded The exercises were of the usual plesaaut and entar Tha l fori Ch * r * Ct ® r_PrmT * r ' ""ff" 1 * " d Rddresse. Th# Utter were made by Rev. S. L. G race v of T L 1 ' 'T"'* ot *"• *»J. 2d 'il* r I-L. Tomkmson, of Scott M. E. Church A °' "*• UU tonne MeConuell oomefTfreL* r~ tL of '■■ortMfoA end 'hand ssrssmas p u u 5f** ut to". UTbé Little Boy That Died^' bt itowïd * n rtïïïtr n ^ 0l 4 b * "m" 1 * **" *~ d ' " d tovorebl. meraase for U «nr sum of *602, an in Th. b* n *d>ction wmpronoS ££ ÏÏÂÂfirüîrr. bu ' H boon fully understood thoi tk* tan,vereary was to have takasTpfoSTuten —J .t-tesnppomd that it wooJTtX pUri stAndin. k'.'ÎJ dw " k ' snd this standing kept n greet many nwty. amounted to the handsome » y I ? ov *" -Tlie Oelawa, f?;? ro,1 °wiug in relation to tb* utw Cstholu; Church now baug erected in Dover : •I h* Church of th. Holy Croat (Catholic, Ï.H lÜ*ÜLi* *î** •PP rt *chm* oomplntion, and will h« ready for consacra tion early in Mar ^drifoi W1 " h* ,b * finest cfoiSb ÄS*" ^ tow*part of lb. Prainsuls. bn* of bnck. In Gothic style, *f**e 160 I set In height. AepU*t«wra are now ou.pl.Ung then put of the Work, the psinforê will soon pot on th* finishing touches, wltn toll rad organ will to pet iu it i. ■ .m of with a tower rad To the era of iMurtrerad **■ ■■■row— « eotrgr «»4 ■■dMtry «Md (W—TirtAOl ol tb« fi«V 12dw«rd Ä2; toSÄS, ttortm 'rad to their pastor's ■*^*-^ r j *" l '*to| d *■ tofo toureh work they bnfg.vn lly. DEMOCRATIC MEETING. THE MEETING AT NEWARK, ON SATURDAY — FELL PHOCtTOINO». rarauaut to public notice through the Dela ware Gazette and hr hand bills, a lingo num ber of Democrat! of white Clay Creek hundred, aaeeinbled at Dear Fark Hotel, in Newark, ou Saturday afternoon, March lit, m3 p Jatuea li. Ray, moved the meeting be organized by appointing domes Springer, t ball man. Mr. Springer with appropriate acknowledge ments, took the chair and called the nuellug to order. Mr. Ray then moved (hat Win. U. Roblnaon be Secretary of the meeting. Adopted. Tho Chairman stated the object of the meeting tobe to oonilder the Legislative action 0|>on He B reaentative Wilds' resolution of Delaware's Congressional Rcpreseutatlvcs. At the request of Dr. Stiles Kennedy, the Leg islative proceeding* upou the Wild»'resolution were read. i And on motion of Mr. Mote, Snmner's Supple mental Civil Rights bill was also read. After which Dr. Kennedy, moved a committee of three be appointed by the chair to prepare suitable resolutions expressive of the tense of the meeting. Adopted. And the chairman named Dr. Stiles Kennedy, James H. Ray and Wm. Dean, who after due eonsultaliou reported the following preamble and resolutions : W H kuk as, This meeting called by many Demo crats ol tbia Hundred, to consider the action of the General Assembly of the Slate of Delaware, regarding Representative Wilds' resolution on Sumner's Supplemental Civil Rights' till!. And Whereas, This action of the Legislature remains undetermined, Iherelore Retailed, That the members of the Honte of Representatives of tbe State of Delaware wbo voted for Mr. Wilds' resolution receiving our hearty approval, and sbould receive the endorse ment of all true Democrats throughout the State. Retolved, That It is our hope, that tho Demo cratic member* of the General Assembly, as a body, will by their Dual action on the resolution lie governed by wise and sound views from apure democratic standpoint. Retah cd , Thai uow as in the part we arc unal terably oppoased to the passage by Congress of "Sumner's Supplemental Civil Right* bfil," and nrk our Senator* and Representative* to record their votes and voices against it. Retolved, That it is tbe sense of tha Democracy of White Clay Creek Hundred, in Convention As sembled, that we will not, under any ciitram •tanejs, seek tbe negro vote, bat will rely exclu sively on the vote of white men; hereby de claring that the Democratic Forty of the State of De aware trj now aa they ever have been exclu sively a White Man's Party. Atter the reading of the resolutions,Jaa II. Ray, Eiq , took the floor and mado a neat, forcible and pertinent address iu tavor of their adoption. Dr. Kenney and Mr. Dean and the chairman also minie short and appropriate remarks in their favor, when, upou a cali ot question tha preamble and resolutions aa a whole were unanimously adopted. 1 Un motion of Mr. De»n the Secretary was di rected to furnish the Delaware Gazette with a copy of the foregoing proceedings with a re quest that they be published,and that other papers in the State publish them also. On motion the mittag wo* duly adjourned. Jakes Sprinokr, Chairman. Attest, Wk. H. Robinson, Secretary. . Ill at K. * instruction to to In WxLKINOTON.— Rev. S. L. Uracy, of Provi dence, B I., formerly of this city, is on a visit to hia old friends here. He preached at the Union M. E. Church yeeterdsy morning, and made an addrem, at the anniversary in tha afternoon. Dkowxkd. —On Saturday morning, a colored boy, named Je me Hammond, living st Rockland, Del., was drowned, while attempting to croe* the Brandywine, ou the ice, st that pince. His body was recoved during th* day, and on Sunday morn ing, Coroner Winslow held an inqueat on the body. Tbe jury rendered* verdict of death from acci denta! drowning. Police Cases. —Since Saturday morning, four cases of drunkenness have been disposed of by Mayor Simms. Fifty cents and costs in reck John Tty lor, charged with tha iarcanv of a sum of money from Samuel Berkeley, was held to bail, in tb* sum of fitOO, to answer tbe charge at the next term of Court. Presentation and Surprise Party —On Saturday evening, a number of th* members ot St. Panl's M. K- Church assembled at th* ehnmfa, end part of them proceeded to the residence of Rev. liebt W. Todd, and presented him with a ban dam* wrapper, taking Her. J. D. (Jaigg, along to make tha presentation tperek. The bal ance of tbe party proceeded to Mr. Quigg's resi dence, and being well provided with refresh spread a handsome collation, which greeted th* eyes of the astonished gentleman, when he return ed with tbe other party from Rev. Mr. TodaY_ The party spent the entire evening nt Mr. Qmgg's residence, enjoying themselves ins social manner. This demonstration towards Mr. (Juigg, was ten dered him es s mark of the appreciation by tbe oongregation of his service* during tbs ilia a»* of Mr. Todd. nt Relioioua— At the Delaware A verms Baptist Church, Suuday morning, thirty-six persons were admitted aa members of Urn church On* of tons* peraon* was one of the recently arrived Swedes, tor whom H. L. Malmsten, Esq., acted as inter preter. At St. PenI's M. E. Church, one person was baptised, and four admitted to full mambsrahip.— Bev. Geo. D. Watson, preached tpowerfal and ef fective sermon, after which Rev. Bote. W. Todd, pastor of tbe church, mad* hit farewell remark* and took final Inave of hit congregation. Ha will retire from tbe Ministry, altogether, after the ap proaching eesaion ot the Wilmingtou Conterenae, and immediately thereafter enter upon hie duties as Superioteupentof the Iteboboth Bauch Camp Meeting Aseociatimi. In the «Tuning, nt Grace M. S. Church, the pastor Rev. Jacob Todd, delivered hu farewell eermon. For the past two Tears, the Reverend gentleman bst ministered faithfully aud effective ly, sud his departure will be deeply regretted by every member of bis charge and a Urge circle of friends end acquaintances, xle will be transfer red to tbe PhilaA»iphif Peninsular Hnwg. . s* •to'" 00 01 tbB town of Cam bridge, will take place on Saturday next. At the entertainment raonntly givra at Port De po«tt, for tb« benefit of tb« peer,the turn of $144 03 wm renliMd. Over three hundred dollars have basa raised during tb* past year in th* Elkton M. E. Church for missionary purposes. An absurd urn _ of bauii blind. foldwl, and then attempting to propel n whesl œunty 40 mcerUia »topping place,prevails in Cecil The young ladies and gents ot Cnsfie 1 are re hearsing for a senes of Tableaux, to corns off soon tks Churcb° Uni * ^ H °"' *" «* _5""* MuuhaH, of Ceail county, has a ewe """ l * "««»By gave birth to three lambs of dif fereut coiore-on* white, on* n radish brown and • jet block. Tbe mother raeep is whits. Acunoaschap, at Rising Sun, nearly got hi* ■ .* ** «toppad off, raerariy. Ho was psening tof°"*fi • "nL « * woman who waa prapmag ta— *«■ - w u m m Mmm mço nwr «10 oat Of tb« ttoÄI *-*V'-Jom*to« to to. infant elms of h!T« a*?? I*' E Church. Notice was given on tort, that ihn peraom wbo did it 000 '* , todorto Hnavra until ftrtÇÜÏÎ Î* 11 " noont to ton nfaurcb, with law ** "»«ent from ton time it waa stoira. Tho Mt ââïïïïâI! iüib.S 'jSLy p *<sxs u z : "$2. ■OOIETIE«. Cherokee Tribe, Not, 1 O II M, at Red Min t Hall, 416 Market street. Lenape Tribe. No 6,1 G » M, in fourth story »»Villa Building, 6th aad Market street. ' Wilmington and Brandy wins Council, No. 3, o U. A. M., at Hall, Fifth and Market streets. Franklin Council, No. t, O TJ A M., at Mechan ise' Hall, 219 King street Wilmington Council, No 6, Jr, O 17 A M,at Hall, 6th and Markst street*. Kntnrpnre Clfole, BUCA.it Hall 60t Mar kst street. Washington Lodge, No 1, K of I\. at Knight Pythias Hall, No. 211 Market street . ' V T" hil ^îf? toxife, No 3. O F, at Good Fal low • Hall, 3d and Markst. Old Church Division. No 13. S of T Seventh below Spruce. , ^»»»"t Lodge. No 13, I O of U T. at room 12th and Scott streets. Washington Lodge, No 1, A F A. nt hall. Saoond aad King streets. Cairn—Tbe Jackson dt Sharp Company will ship eleven care lor Central America in t few day*. Edward Tavlor will go oot to superintend their delivery and reconstruction, as they are taken n part for shipment. Clerk or the Oephamc* Count, Ac —Gov Fonder on Tharaday morning appointed Henry f odd, Eeq., of this towo, Clerk of the Orphans' Coori and Register in Chancery for Kent county In place of Alex. J. Taylor, term expired. Mr Todd is well qualified for the position and will make a good officer.—Delawarean. of Appointments by the Levy Court.— The Levy Court of Kent oounly, at it* eemion last week, made the following additional appoint ment*: Attorney for the Court— Ja me« L. Wolcott. Trustees of tho Poor—Jonathan Pratt for Dover hundred; Wahrter D. Learned for Little Creek hundred; A ho er Dill for Booth Murder kill hundred, and George McNett forMiapiliion hundred, in place of Hoary N. Clark, resigned. Collector for Milford Hundred—Nathaniel B. Thomas. An Incident in Private History of a Delaware Family.— Many years ago the son •fa former Governor of our State, succeeded in eednclng quite a pretty and respectable young lady resident, in one of the towns In one of the lower counties. The produce of the seduction wasa b*by boy, who (toconceal the shame incident to the transaction) waa placed with a farmer, in tbe neighboibood. Tbe boy grew up and bore the name of the farmer, whoratsed him. The lady married one of the scions of an old Delaware family. She was to use a common term, ''well to do," In other words was able to live on her rents and Inter e 8 '*- When the boy grew to be about twelve or fifteen years old, be felt a yearning to know his mother. He had been informed of bis history. Accordingly he called upon her hoping to obtain an acknowldgment, 'pri vate er public of her relationship. But the lady was in no humor to compromise herself, and refused to acknowledge the stray waif o/ her illicit love.—The boy went away hurt and disappointed. At a later penod he again cal led upon her hoping that time had wrought a change in her feelings. But the lady still refused tÿ acknowledge hgr off-spring. Pride of character outweighed mnteruaf affection, although she had no other children, and when she saw hlm eater she got up and left the room, only deigning o make this remark : "Bless me now there is this trouble come *f* l i n , The boy then left. Tears flew by, the lady long sines became a widow. Her l»y became a man. Up moved to Wilming ton and learned a trad? married and now has a family His character was always Irre proachable, he led the life of a sober, honest upright citizen. Still feeling a yearning to know hi* mother he determined to visit the town were she lived, to see if she would yet acknowledge him. Bat pride still oat weighed maternal love. Hhe still refused to recognise or have anything to say to him, and he Same home sick and disappointed. Of course the lady is now old years return to pleegne us. They increase with our years .—Republican An Educated Dog .-Mr. Benjamin Fos rüËÎ 1 *; üâ 7, ■ treet ' West Chester, the À'P 1 "® »paniei specie*, which displays more than ordinary brute in toUigence. His rale of performances, con sirts of rolling a barrel to and fro on the floor. ^ k J"F.u ree î' and nt the bidding of his mas! ter shut the door Just as handily aa though he poeseased hands. When ordered to sit "like m n n " "Poo the sofa, he mounts it and lnlBelf ,n such * position, erect and decidedly^ amusing. To various questions . doiNbip he answers "yea" and mo by barking, tbe "yes" being given in a ••■ d frt«» than the 'Ho." He preMuts him self bidding at tbe store counter, and wjth feet upon the top, looks aaklnglyfor someth log, w ?! c ï "°" ,etl >ing la liquorice loieugers, of which he Is very fond, and after getting bis '•pply playfully klares hismaaterin retaro the most approved manner. His nnthee dents of one preceding generation, came direct from North Germany to Chester coun ter, su in ty et£ h »l PrM '^. t ^ U,e •>» tntngfer rtaB the control of oerUra Territorial malten from the Shte to the Interior Department Is SOZODONT, and If you use It daily, the white gleam or the pearls between the parted Will prove Ils «xoellonce ss * Dantriflce, and the sweetncH Of the breath will attest iu purifying properria*. rubles I t WR ARR OKPRhlNd EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS OF Richardson's Linens. «Ritt URd Toweia. Tdble «BANVILLE WORRELL, MAR0SKJ TMPLK, ' -— R«|tat«r 0 Ureter. SVÄÄ T,"b J àSX\ %& «d*red and diraotad by tha Rag 1 Executor aforesaid. (Ira notice « MhffiTfïï'chiittÂ'.ûSf *,ïa a. lie >l«e«t ofthe County o! NewCaetU, reqairiar «U ©çîseMKsæs ahara written _B. U1BB8, Register. t "It rsiE hr NOTICK. All parsons having claims against the Kata te of the deoeaaed must presentthe mom duly attested te the Executor, on er befere February lgth, 1*14 or abide the Act of AttsatbL ' provided. ALKRI Executor i f Wl Addree—New Castle. Del. and »0. Ilian. " fi3»B M ICI » t E«*S ORDER. NSW CASTLE COU NTY?Janua?y Ah.im. Upon th* application of ft ILL' Administrator or JACOB FI N N K Y . late of New Castle Hundred. In said county, deceased it is ordered and directed by tbe Register that tha Admlaistr..tor aforesaid, give aotiee of tho ■renting of Lotters of Administration upon Baute of the deceased, with the date of grant ing thereof, by eanatnr edvertisemmts to bo posted within forty days from the del* of *aeh Letters, in six of th* most public place« of th* County of New Castle, requiring ell parsons having demands against ths Kstnte, to present th* tains, or abide by aa Ant of Assembly in sneh osa* inadeand provided. And also cause the earn* lo ba inserted within Iks •awe period in th* Delaware Oasette, a newspaper publisher in Wilmington, and to be continued therein two months. Given under the hand and Seal of Of fice of the Register ateroeeid. at New castle, in New Castle County aforesaid, th* dar ans year shove written. B. UIBBS, Register. ITH tile IEAL NOTICE. All persons having claims agsinet the Estate of Î k ?i. d * 0 .*î** 1 ."»« present the same duly attested to the Administrator, on or before January 6th, 1S74_ orabide tbe Act of Aiaembly In suoheass made and provided. william smith" Administrator. . Address—New Castle. Dal. a : isuldl'm h a:4»iN• K»«'> »KDCRi Rioisvis's Ornes, New Cselle Cuuaty, Jaouarr lSlh, 1373. Upon the application Willian Lawson. Ex ecutor of M A It V LAWSON, late nf Rrandv wina bxuilreJ, in s»iil oountr. deeaeaed; it la ordered and direetod by the Re(i»t*r that th* Executor storeasid, give notice of tha srant iac of Letters Testamentary upou th* Batst* of th* d*c**aed, with tbe date of srantiac there of, by eaaaint .advertiaemenu to b* poated within forty day* front tha date of suoh Lattara. in aix of th* moat public plaeaa el th* Oaanty of New Caitla.requiriut «I I persons bavins datpandaeasiest th* Estât*, to present the same, or abide by aa A of Assembly in each ass* made aad provided, also cause the same to bo inserted within the period in tho Weekly Delaware Gasotto, a newspa per published in WMminston.and to beoontiaard therein two months. Ot And , ——Given ander the hand andSeelof OSes < L.s. ; the Keaisterafure«sid,at NewCsatle.is N lw —' CssileCounty. *for««sid. tbe day and year B. G I BBS. Register. eal above written NOTICE. AI! persona having claims against the Estate of the deceased most present the same duly attested to the Executor, on or before Jauuary 13th. 1874, or abide the Ac ol Assembly in such cue made end provide!. WILLIAM LAWFON,Executor, Address—Wm S. MoCçulIey. Wllpiipgtoi.. aa20-gis Registers Order. RxeisTXE Orrtci. New Cutl* County. January z4th, il7J. Upon the apuliestion of AM0d_C. BRIN T *> Aaministrstor of CUALKLEY T. BUL LOCK. 1st« ot Christiana hundred in said county, deceased; It is Ordered and directed by tbe Keg ister that th* Administrator aforesaid give untie* th. t fetV«r. , fr.: , dt^,^rh':fc:^t n inf thereof, by omnainf advertuementa to b« poatnd within forty dayi from tho dato of snob Lotter«, in ■lx of tho most public places of tho county of Now Qâfde, iv oirin« oil portons ha?int dotBondfl axainst tho fii^aio to present % bo same or abide byanAet of AaMvhlf in fnph ca.-o otpdo pod fW l 4f4* per psbwbed in Wilmington, and to be can tins«« therein two month*. , , _ . Giveu under the hand and seal or offeu of the Register uforusuiJ. at New Castle, in New Castle coenty aforesaid, the day and B. UIBBS. HegtsUr. „t yoar akovo written. NOTICE* All parsons having claims assist! th* Este«* of th* deceased mu«t present tbe same duly attested to tha Admiaistrator on or bslor* January 21th, 1374, or abide th* Aet of Assembly in sacb ess* mad* aad provided. AMOd C. BhtNTON. Administrator. Address— A ilminxtou. l >d. l »a-2m ■GQUTEM'I «BI3ER. Ksoistis's Orrics. NEW CASTLE COUNTY. Vehruury 7th. Upon the application of Jehu Olte. hxeoator of John U. btidbm. late ot Ik ilmiUEtou city, in said county, deceased; it it Oiderad and dtrsolad by th* Magister that th* Executor aforesaid giv* aotiee of thy granting of Letters Twtemen tery upon tb* K*t#te pi &• 4*«e«3 d - "i"* Jhf date of granting ihgreoOkr f*E*ing efirwri#« ments to be posted within forty d*M ■ rpm the 4*tp of snob Letters, in six ol th* most publie piece« q| the County of Now Oatris, requring all parsons hav. ing'demsnds rgaissl lbs Estate, to present the samt orebid* by an Act of Assembly in sacb ex* mad* idsd. Aud also eauM tha tame to b* In serted within ths tarns periwljn tksDsIa ewtpapsr published In WlUrtngteo. aaj tinned therein two month*. Given under the head and seal of affieeal 4ua*y^r«Erid*t had«v 1873. and pros ware Qa y oat a bo vo wriUon. NOTICE All persons having slnim* »gainst the E stai» oi tb*d»oeased mart präsent the one duly attest»' to tb* Executor, on or before February Tth, 1874. Adfilrofoi. WilBiiofton. l>ol. KxtOMior. «EliMTKN 1 » ORDER. i SBs eof Brandy win m NEW CABTLECOUNTY application of Issue minfsurutor ef JsaistPierae.lato of ; £œî:ï 53 vi ■ Jr. A4 Mg: Upon th* d,#d 6 of sueb <1 :s t county MHS, year «> have written. All person* having claim* against the Kstnte of the decesead most present th* tame duly attested te Addrist—Wilmington. Del. À da I ■Ji HE GREAT AMERCAN BROILER KOLlPdIG BY TUB , « ationn.1 Broiler» Â -tïRHSS?Si. Cell snd see. NONE but the VERY BEST OUAUTIES or fiMkr ■ciiwiii«i sir OO A L.